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[movies]Cottonwood and aspen: managing for balance, ecology, and management (Part 2) - U.S. Forest Service
U.S. Forest ServiceBMNRI-V-7-2Cottonwood and aspen: managing for balance, ecology, and management (Part 2)Pacific Northwest Research Station - Blue Mountain Natural Resources Institute. October 12, 1995. Josh Tewksbury, University of Montana. Cottonwood and Aspen as Wildlife Habitat:A Focus on Birds. The importance of deciduous riparian systems in sustaining diverse regional bird communities cannot be overemphasized...
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Downloads: 34
[movies]Watersheds: the critical link (Part 1) - U.S. Forest Service
U.S. Forest ServiceBMRI-V2-1CWatersheds: the critical link (Part 1)Pacific Northwest Research Station - Blue Mountain Natural Resources Institute.
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Downloads: 36
[movies]Fire ecology and management in the Blue Mountains (Part 1) - U.S. Forest Service
U.S. Forest ServiceBMRI-V1-1Fire ecology and management in the Blue Mountains (Part 1)Pacific Northwest Research Station - Blue Mountain Natural Resources Institute.
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Downloads: 45
[movies]Broad-scale assessment of land-use effects on fishes of the interior Columbia basin (Part 1) - U.S. Forest Service
U.S. Forest ServiceBMRI-V9-ABroad-scale assessment of land-use effects on fishes of the interior Columbia basin (Part 1)Pacific Northwest Research Station - Blue Mountain Natural Resources Institute.
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Downloads: 29
[movies]Late Quarternary environments of eastern Oregon (Part 2) - U.S. Forest Service
U.S. Forest ServiceBMRI-V-12-BLate Quarternary environments of eastern Oregon (Part 2)Pacific Northwest Research Station - Blue Mountain Natural Resources Institute. Dr. Peter Mehringer, Washington State University. Forest and fire history of the Blue Mountains. Dr. Mehringer has spent his career using packrat middens and lakebed pollen samples to reconstruct Pleistocene and early Holocene histories of the Grate Basin and the Blue Mountains.
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Downloads: 35
[movies]Fire ecology and management in the Blue Mountains (Part 2) - U.S. Forest Service
U.S. Forest ServiceBMRI-V1-2Fire ecology and management in the Blue Mountains (Part 2)Pacific Northwest Research Station - Blue Mountain Natural Resources Institute.
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Downloads: 41
[movies]Fire ecology and management in the Blue Mountains (Part 5) - U.S. Forest Service
U.S. Forest ServiceBMRI-V1-5Fire ecology and management in the Blue Mountains (Part 5)Pacific Northwest Research Station - Blue Mountain Natural Resources Institute. Charlie Johnson, Mark Jacques, Bill Oberteuffer, Catherine MacDonald, and Berta Yourie.
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Downloads: 47
[movies]Cottonwood and aspen: managing for balance, ecology, and management (Part 3) - U.S. Forest Service
U.S. Forest ServiceBMNRI-V-7-3Cottonwood and aspen: managing for balance, ecology, and management (Part 3)Pacific Northwest Research Station - Blue Mountain Natural Resources Institute. October 19, 1995. Paul Oester, OSU Extension Service. Cottonwood and Aspen: Economics and Management. This talk helps people, particularly private landowners, better understand the basic concepts of selling cottonwood and aspen, and provides general management guidelines for promoting healthy stands if a decision...
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Downloads: 26
[movies]Late Quarternary environments of eastern Oregon (Part 1) - U.S. Forest Service
U.S. Forest ServiceBMRI-V-12-ALate Quarternary environments of eastern Oregon (Part 1)Pacific Northwest Research Station - Blue Mountain Natural Resources Institute. Dr. Peter Mehringer, Washington State University. Forest and fire history of the Blue Mountains. Dr. Mehringer has spent his career using packrat middens and lakebed pollen samples to reconstruct Pleistocene and early Holocene histories of the Grate Basin and the Blue Mountains.
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Downloads: 40
[movies]Fire ecology and management in the Blue Mountains (Part 3) - U.S. Forest Service
U.S. Forest ServiceBMRI-V1-5Fire ecology and management in the Blue Mountains (Part 3)Pacific Northwest Research Station - Blue Mountain Natural Resources Institute. Art Tiedemann and Brian Finneran.
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Downloads: 38
[movies]Living with wildfire - U.S. Forest Service
U.S. Forest ServiceBMRI-V-14Living with wildfirePacific Northwest Research Station - Blue Mountain Natural Resources Institute.
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Downloads: 85
[movies]Watersheds: the critical link (Part 2) - U.S. Forest Service
U.S. Forest ServiceBMRI-V2-2CWatersheds: the critical link (Part 2)Pacific Northwest Research Station - Blue Mountain Natural Resources Institute.
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Downloads: 29
[movies]Fire ecology and management in the Blue Mountains (Part 4) - U.S. Forest Service
U.S. Forest ServiceBMRI-V1-5Fire ecology and management in the Blue Mountains (Part 4)Pacific Northwest Research Station - Blue Mountain Natural Resources Institute. Russell Graham and John Erickson.
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Downloads: 27
[movies]Cottonwood and aspen: managing for balance, ecology, and management (Part 1) - U.S. Forest Service
U.S. Forest ServiceBMRI-V7-1CCottonwood and aspen: managing for balance, ecology, and management (Part 1)Pacific Northwest Research Station - Blue Mountain Natural Resources Institute. October 5, 1995. Elizabeth Crowe, Wetlands Ecoologist, Wallowa-Whitman National Forest. Quaking Aspen and Black Cottonwood: Historical and present-Day Distribution in the Blue Mountains. Great potential exists for reestablishment and rehabilitation of stands...
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Downloads: 38
[movies]Mechanisms that drive bird species diversity in Yellowstone National Park - U.S. Forest Service
U.S. Forest ServiceBMRI-V-11Mechanisms that drive bird species diversity in Yellowstone National ParkPacific Northwest Research Station - Blue Mountain Natural Resources Institute. Andy Hansen, Assistant Professor of Biology, Montana State University. Hansen examines how the relationship between abiotic factors, biodiversity, and human settlement patterns can be used to formulate better management strategies that will sustain both ecological systems and human systems...
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Downloads: 56
[movies]Soil: The foundation of the ecosystem - U.S. Forest Service
U.S. Forest ServiceBMRI-V-5Soil: The foundation of the ecosystemPacific Northwest Research Station - Blue Mountain Natural Resources Institute.
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Downloads: 72
[movies]Landscape analysis in ecosystem management: modeling process and pattern (Part 1) - U.S. Forest Service
U.S. Forest ServiceBMRI-V10-ALandscape analysis in ecosystem management: modeling process and pattern (Part 1)Pacific Northwest Research Station - Blue Mountain Natural Resources Institute. November 14, 1996. Disturbance by fire and insects leaves a pattern of change on the landscape that affects all plants and animals. Steve Garman argues that if managers can design their management schemes to match the pattern of natural disturbance, we will produce a healthier ecosystem over the long run.
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Downloads: 83
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